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ISBN:
189390511X
Author:
Alan Moore,George Khoury
Language:
English
Publisher:
TwoMorrows; 1st edition (September 1, 2001)
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148 pages
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KIMOTA THE MIRACLEMAN COMPANION PDF - Alan Moore's Miracleman predated Watchmen and Dark Knight as the first of the grim, ultra-realistic strips that changed super-hero comics. Notes, Writer, Artist.

KIMOTA THE MIRACLEMAN COMPANION PDF - Alan Moore's Miracleman predated Watchmen and Dark Knight as the first of the grim, ultra-realistic strips that . The Miracleman Companion.

George Khoury's Kimota! The Miracleman Companion ably documents the home-grown hero's erratic adventures, both fictional and commercial, and interviews the writers and artists responsible for the character's intermittent crime-fighting career, among them Alan Moore and Neil.

George Khoury's Kimota! The Miracleman Companion ably documents the home-grown hero's erratic adventures, both fictional and commercial, and interviews the writers and artists responsible for the character's intermittent crime-fighting career, among them Alan Moore and Neil Gaiman. David Thompson, The Guardian. KIMOTA! THE MIRACLEMAN COMPANION is a pretty timely book. Released by TwoMorrows Publishing just a couple of weeks ago, author George Khoury provides the most extensive resource for Miracleman lovers that one could ever ask for.

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Kimota! The Miracleman Companion chronicles the history of Alan Moore's first ultra-realistic comics character that changed super-heroes forever. New interviews include Neil Gaiman, Dean Mullaney, Dave McKean, and others, plus a look at a never-completed Miracleman: Apocrypha story. Похожие книги: Artists of the Middle Ages (Artists of an Era).

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Alan Moore’s Miracleman predated Watchmen and Dark Knight as the first of the grim, ultra-realistic strips that changed super-hero comics forever. But whatever happened to Miracleman? For the first time, this trade paperback tells all the behind-the-scenes secrets, from the character’s start as the British strip Marvelman, to the legal and creative hurdles during its 24-issue run at Eclipse Comics, and why you never saw the final Neil Gaiman-scripted issue! Sporting a Mark Buckingham cover and an introduction and back cover by Alex Ross, this book features in-depth interviews with Alan Moore, John Totleben, Neil Gaiman, Mark Buckingham, Barry Windsor-Smith, Beau Smith, Cat Yronwode, Rick Veitch, and others! Plus there’s an amazing assortment of unpublished art, uninked pencils, sketches, and concept drawings (including unseen art from the never-published issue #25) by Totleben, Windsor-Smith, Buckingham, Mike Deodato, Jim Lee, Todd McFarlane, and more! Special Bonus: a never-published 8-page Moore/Totleben story, "Lux Brevis", and an unused Moore script!
  • Goktilar
If you have ever wondered what happened to the Miracleman series from Eclipse comics, this companion book will explain everything. It has a showcase of issue covers from the Miracleman comics and an extensive interview section that is almost too painful to read.

If you like "too much information" this is the book for you. The last part of the book explains the controversy of character ownership and most everyone who is involved has a different story.
  • Brol
When a virtually unknown Englishman named Alan Moore revived a long-dormant British Super-Hero as a serial in the pages of Warrior magazine, no one knew that the entire comic industry was about to be rocked to it's very foundations...
Over Twenty Years later, George Khoury and Two Morrows Publishing take a look back at the twisty history of Marvelman (Renamed Miracleman to avoid a lawsuit from Marvel Comics), and what a history it is! Khoury interviews all involved, from the man who created Marvelman in the 50's, Mick Anglo, to the Writer and Artist of his last published incarnation, Neil Gaiman & Mark Buckingham. The interviews shed new light on what appears to be a cursed book: Bankruptcy, shattered friendships, copyright and trademark lawsuits, the list goes on and on....By the end of the book it seems as if no one had ever really bothered to secure the rights to the character AT ALL, and the legal quagmire that has enveloped Marvelman/Miracleman may never be resolved...
In addition to the interviews, the book also features an extensive sketchbook section by artist John Totleben, a never before seen 8-page strip (Lux Brevis) by Moore and Totleben, Moore's original Marvelman proposal/script, and art from the unpublished Miracleman #25. Reading Kimota made me want to read the Miraclaman saga all over again; Here's hoping the legal issues can be resolved someday, so a new generation of readers can discover this seminal work, and the longtime fans can finally see the end of the story.